Existential & Humanistic Psychology Links

Please note that I do not engage in link exchanges as I simply do not have time review sites to consider adding them. Please do not contact me with requests to exchange links. Anyone is welcome to link to any pages on this website without inquiring for permission.

Existential Therapy by Louis Hoffman, PhD
This website is a bit outdated with a few glitches, but I still have many people tell me they find it quite useful. It was created on a program I no longer have access to so I cannot do minor updates and I have not had time to do a major update of it yet. As I have had a number of people tell me that this is what first introduced them to existential psychology and helped them develop their initial interest in it, I decided to keep the website active until I can find time to complete the major update.

The Zhi Mian International Institute of Existential-Humanistic Psychology
The Zhi Mian Institute organizes and co-sponsors the International Conference on Existential Psychology held in China every other year. Additionally, it collaborates with the China Institute of Psychotherapy on certificate programs in existential and humanistic psychology offered in China. The website includes a number of reflections and papers, as well as information on the International Conference on Existential Psychology and other training opportunities in Asia.

Kirk J. Schneider, PhD
This is Dr. Kirk Schneider’s website. He is a leading contemporary figure in existential psychology. The site includes some useful resources and articles.

Rocky Mountain Humanistic Counseling and Psychological Association (RMHCPA)
This is a regional psychological association focusing on humanistic, existential, and transpersonal psychology. RMHCPA is currently working on establishing an archive for humanistic, existential, and transpersonal psychology.

Society for Humanistic Psychology
This is at the largest and most influential organization for humanistic and existential psychology in the United States.

International Institute of Humanistic Studies (IIHS)
IIHS provides ones of the best training programs in existential-humanistic therapy in existence. Dr. Myrtle Heery, the director of the institute, trained with James F. T. Bugental. She conducted many trainings through IIHS for many years with Bugental and now is the primary facilitator of the trainings. Dr. Heery is a highly gifted therapist and trainer.

Existential Humanistic Institute (EHI)
EHI is another premiere training institute in existential therapy. In conjunction with Saybrook University, EHI offers a certificate program in existential-humanistic therapy. Additionally, EHI organizes a yearly conference and a number of other trainings.

University Professors Press (UPP)
UPP is a publisher that specializes in publishing books relevant to humanistic, existential, and transpersonal psychology; creativity studies; and clinical psychology.

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